How can we attract former health care workers back into the field and get more people to join the workforce? In this article, we’ll consider how learning and development (L&D) can improve retention and job satisfaction for health care workers.
Two years into the pandemic, the reality of overworked health care workers hit the ceiling: doctors and nurses working overtime, health care workers quitting in unprecedented numbers and delays at local pharmacies due to a lack of technicians.
Health care organizations need to deeply reconsider the benefits and practices for allied health care workers to ensure stability and growth in the field. Learn how to support allied health care workers with opportunities in training and development.
Reskilling furloughed workers for frontline health care roles will not only help them secure employment but fill a rising demand for talent.